SWADDLE – Dominic McKeown

The University of Atypical is delighted to invite you to join us for the launch of SWADDLE, a thought provoking new exhibition by Dominic McKeown. Dominic received the University of Atypical’s Graduate Award 2020 and has received mentoring from artists Maud Cotter and Dr Colin Darke in the preparation for his first solo exhibition.

Shussssh! – Open Arts

Shussssh!! Ok so we know this kind of thing happens on the downlow but why not pop along and witness this unique public intervention starting

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Song Of The Bones – VOKXEN

The story of Ireland’s last Witch Trial ‘The Song of the Bones’ is a piece of dark, immersive storytelling gig theatre; merging our electronic pop

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Tairseach

Irish performance artist Sinéad O’Donnell will collaborate with Selina Bonelli (Maidstone, England) and Marta Bosowska (Poznan, Poland) on a new disability-led project and hybrid way of creative engagement. After a period of online dialogue and virtual and in-person research, the project will culminate in a residency and live public performance in Belfast.

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Digital Horizon Lead Artist

Digital Horizon Programme 2022-2025 Digital Horizon – Purposefully pursuing creative ambition in Disability Arts 2022-2025 University of Atypical for Arts and Disability (UofA) is recruiting

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YES WE ARE IN!

An international inclusive livestream adventure IO1-Meeting Brussels Description: Five days of intensive training with five theatre groups. All participants, five ambassadors per theatre group are

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CRAFT:IN EU Project 2021

CRAFT:IN Crafting the Inclusion: Crafts and Practices in non-formal education for increasing social inclusion This project has been funded with support from the European Commission.

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Fittings & MisFittings

The DisOrdinary Architecture Project was established in 2008. Since then a network of disabled artists have collaborated with architecture, interiors and built environment students, educators,

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2021 Graduate Award

University of Atypical’s 2021 Graduate Award University of Atypical 2021 Graduate Award in association with Ulster University, has been awarded to Nina Oltarzewska. Nina will

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Creating Time Awards 2020/21

Creating Time Awards 2020/21 First series of Unlimited grants awarded to d/Deaf, Disabled and Neurodivergent Artists Winner of The Voice, Andrea Begley, is one of

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Helen Hall – The Moving City

Dance/Movement Workshop Free The University of Atypical is delighted to work with award winning local dancer Helen Hall in offering a series of experimental workshops

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Culture in NI beyond Covid-19

THE ARTS COLLABORATION NETWORK “We understand that culture is everything.” Since March 2020, Northern Ireland has been battling the Covid-19 pandemic. Lives have been altered

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iDA AWARD RECIPIENTS 2020/21

Fifteen artists with disabilities from Northern Ireland have been announced as recipients of the University of Atypical’s Individual Disabled Artist (iDA) Awards.  The iDA programme

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